The weather may be dreary and cold, but that does not mean you are not able to start planning your spring/summer time soiree! Let’s bust out those sunglasses and start to look ahead.

Warmer weather is just around the corner and so is wedding season. Where we are seeing lots of color, greenery, and touches of nature. Pinks and Wine still rule the color palates, but they are being used in a unique and fun ways.

But that point brings us to a very important part of Wedding Planning. Just because it is popular on Pinterest or Magazines does not mean that you have to do it.  If there is a trend that is popular, but not you, simply pass on it. A wedding is the joining of two people, two lives, two different aesthetics.  So let your creative fun personalities shine. Recently a bride discussed wearing a black or pink dress. We support that idea 100%…it was what she had always dreamed of wearing to her wedding. No matter what dress she chose she (along with you) will be a beautiful bride or groom on your big day. The dress or outfit you choose to wear is just the icing to the cake. It’s the pretty glittery part that everyone always talks about and takes pictures of. But, let’s be honest cake without all that icing is still amazing.  When looking at your big day, be yourself. Your partner will notice how big that smile is, how confident and beautiful you are walking down that aisle. In the dress, pants, jumpsuit that you choose. There is a reason that you chose that particular outfit, it made you feel amazing, but like you.

So in the crazy world of wedding planning, remember that it is ok to be yourself. Have the wedding of your dreams. Whether it is a rustic barn ceremony or chic uptown mixer. At the end of the day, you will be married to the person who has your heart. So remember when stressing out what blue to use, or which fabric looks best on the chairs….have the wedding you always wanted. Strut down that aisle in a bright pink dress, or have a beef jerky bar for a snack. People will enjoy the day because it is truly a symbol of the love of two amazing people.